Tony Stace at
Launceston Electronic Orga...
The AOE was formed back in the early eighties to promote fellowship amongst organ enthusiasts and membership is open to all persons wishing to support this objective.
We have been arranging Musical Breaks at the Mercure Kidderminster Hotel in Bewdley for the past ten years and whilst these were originally arranged especially for members, attendance is now open to anyone who would like to come along, and at no extra charge, they will receive complimentary membership of the association.
The hotel, formerly known as the Ramada, is located in 20 acres of beautiful... Read more.
Yamaha continues to expand it's online catalogue of keyboard styles. The latest updates sees new styles for a Country Blues Ballad & 00's UK Soul Diva!.
For more details, including demonstration videos, visit the Yamaha website
On 18th, 19th, & 20th May you can meet the Hammond team and see the new SK stage keyboards.
Barrie Freeman and Malc Deakin will be demonstrating the incredible new Hammond SK range, the Hammond XK-3c and Pro XK system. There will also be 'one to one' sessions with Malc Deakin during the events.
The venues are:
Friday 18th May 12 noon - 8pm Holiday Inn Express Manchester East - HYDE ROAD, Manchester, M18 7LJ
Saturday 19th May 12 noon - 6pm Holiday Inn Ariel Hotel London Heathrow Bath Rd, London UB3 5AJ
Sunday 20th May 12 noon - 6pm... Read more.
It appears there is some confusion over the Duet Show on July 7th 2012 at the superb venue, The Scarborough Fair Collection. Apparently, some advertising media for the venue states that the museum is closed on this date. We understand that this is to establish there will not be their usual "open day" on this date. We can clarify that the show is most definitely going ahead with the doors opening at 1pm and the concert on both Wurlys and electronics will start at 2.30pm. Tickets are ONLY available from Tony 01609 748295 or Andrew 01757 708509
In their series of "Duet Shows", Tony ... Read more.
Unfortunately Graham Blackledge was knocked out of the Britains Got Talent competition last night. It was a brave performance with Graham and the organ being flown in from high above the stage.
Whilst the panel of judges were not convinced he should make the final they seemed to think he would continue to sell many more organs and keyboards at the Rimmers store. Well done Graham and in case you missed it even Wayne Rooney tweeted last night "The guy on bgt playing the organ was hilarious."
Watch out for tonight's episode of Britains got talent to see Graham Blackledge. We wish Graham the best of luck and urge all our readers to vote for him!